Oh, the things that come into my head while I’m taking part in my twice-annual Big Apartment Cleaning:
One of Pan’s domains is Wildness; ergo, it makes perfect sense that there would be Urban qualities of Pan in addition to Rustic characteristics. Large cities are far from ordered panic-free environments, in fact, many Pagan and Polytheists of this modern world choose to escape the cities for the perceived comparative serenity of the countryside. There is chaos and disorder in cities. In “ghettos”, Pan is Lord and His father, Hermes, aides people living on the ends of their wits in Skid Rows. This chaotic element belongs to Pan.
Every person who wanders down a dark street scared is visited by Pan; to avoid pan-ic, one has a choice: One can acknowledge and beg of the guidance and protection from the Urban Theoi, or one can escape to the squeaky-clean, gentrified homogeneity of the suburbs.
Personally, while realising Pan’s presence in the City is relatively recent, in retrospect, I’ve also known He was there. Pan is, generally speaking, associated with the Nymphai; since the Nymphai Poleis are a presence in the cities that I am attuned to, it just makes sense that Pan is there with Them.